Comic Talk, Tips and Tricks

Note to self..
the_beav at 11:19PM, Sept. 25, 2012
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If you could hypothetically go back in time and give your younger self any tips or tricks on comicbooking, what would you say?
Lottie at 4:46PM, Nov. 4, 2012
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Don't be afraid to do things in your own style!
For too long I just tried to fit in and do what everyone else did as a young teen, when writting, drawing…
Chernobog at 10:02AM, Nov. 5, 2012
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“Don't listen to any editing or technical advice from that admin guy with the anthro/Doug Winger fetish on Keenspace. He doesn't know jack.”
“You tell yourself to just
enjoy the process,” he added. “That whether you succeed or fail, win or
lose, it will be fine. You pretend to be Zen. You adopt detachment, and
ironic humor, while secretly praying for a miracle.”
AshenSkye at 2:38PM, Nov. 15, 2012
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Stick to pencil, skip the Sharpie. I guess to everybody else that tip would be “stay with one medium and do the experimenting with individual art pieces instead”.

And I'd tell myself to stay away from that one host full of teen drama queens.
(Not Drunk Duck. Another host.)
Cogito eggo sum. I think, therefore, I am a waffle!
My Webcomic: Just Another Day, Online since 2009
last edited on Nov. 15, 2012 2:39PM
awsome owl 98 at 7:07AM, May 27, 2013
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Don't suck.
resleander at 5:01PM, Aug. 5, 2013
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In 2004/2005 I made a webcomic. I would tell my younger self to not give up after two monts, but to keep working on it, despite how bad it was. I would have learned so much more over the years.

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